Axelrod


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Axelrod

(ˈæksəlrɒd)
n
(Biography) Julius. 1912–2004, US neuropharmacologist, renowned for his work on catecholamines. Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (with von Euler and Bernard Katz) 1970

Ax•el•rod

(ˈæk səlˌrɒd)

n.
Julius, born 1912, U.S. biochemist and pharmacologist.
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